Jordan & LeVerrier, P.C. is the firm to consult if you need top-notch representation regarding any legal problem involving your property, personal injury or a commercial dispute. Our team of East Hampton attorneys have decades of experience working both in and out of East Hampton, Suffolk and New York County courtrooms, with clients from all backgrounds.
Jordan and LeVerrier, P.C. has successfully represented individuals, local businesses and municipalities in an impressive span of legal proceedings including environmental litigation in federal court, zoning applications before town and zoning boards and commercial cases in Supreme Court.
The firm’s trial counsel, Conrad Jordan, Esq., has obtained large verdicts for medical malpractice and personal injury clients which exceed a million dollars in seven different New York counties – a record very few attorneys have accomplished.
The firm’s lawyers collectively are members of the New York State Trial Lawyers’ Association, New York State Bar Association, Suffolk County Bar Association and the firm’s trial counsel, Mr. Jordan, has been named one of New York Magazine’s “SuperLawyers.”
The sooner you have our attorneys on your side, the easier it is to build a strong case and come to a successful resolution.
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At Jordan & LeVerrier, P.C., our utmost priorities are our clients and our results. No case is too big or too small for our superior team of East Hampton attorneys. We are happy to take on your case and we will not stop working on your behalf until we are satisfied that we have done absolutely everything in our power to bring a favorable resolution to your case. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain by calling us for more information. We look forward to it.
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Mr. Jordan has handled all phases of medical malpractice and general negligence cases, which include: auto accidents, slip and falls, workplace accidents, wrongful death, products liability, police shooting and other types of cases. Although Mr. Jordan concentrates on medical malpractice and personal injury cases, he is a versatile civil litigator. He has a winning record as an appellate attorney.
Prior to representing plaintiffs, he spent four years at an insurance defense firm, representing doctors, hospitals and other civil defendants. His broad legal background encompasses commercial and mass tort litigation in a big-firm setting, including time in India working on the “Bhopal disaster” case as a young attorney.
Currently, Mr. Jordan handles direct cases from inception, but also accepts referrals from other attorneys, often to serve solely as trial counsel. His honors include: graduating magna cum laude from Brandeis University in 1981; making the Law Review at Fordham’s Law School before graduating in 1985; and being named to New York Magazine’s list of “SuperLawyers” in the field of medical malpractice. Mr. Jordan is also an active member of the New York State Trial Lawyers, serving on the Medical Malpractice Committee.
Ms. LeVerrier has a uniquely diverse, 20-year background representing businesses, government agencies and private individuals in land-related transactions. For clients seeking to negotiate the labyrinth of zoning regulations in order to purchase, sell or improve real property, she brings to bear the perspective of an attorney who has both counseled municipal boards on land-use issues and prosecuted offenders of local ordinances. For clients who must overcome specific environmental obstacles, she draws upon vast environmental experience. Prior to becoming a lawyer, she worked as an environmental consultant at En-Consultants, Inc. in Southampton, gaining approvals from federal, state and local agencies for commercial, residential and waterfront development. As a liaison counsel at Weitz & Luxenberg, P.C., Ms. LeVerrier represented Suffolk County in a federal, multi-district litigation involving groundwater contamination caused by the gasoline additive, methyl tertiary butyl ether (MTBE.)
Prior to joining Weitz & Luxenberg, Ms. LeVerrier was an associate at Farrell Fritz, P.C., where she represented corporate, municipal and private clients in all aspects of land-use and environmental litigation. Ms. LeVerrier's diverse background also includes having been Brokerage Manager of the Bridgehampton office of Sotheby's International Realty.
At Jordan & LeVerrier, P.C., Ms. LeVerrier handles a wide range of real estate, land use and commercial matters. Her unique background enables effective resolution of land use matters that arise during real estate transactions. If a development plan is arbitrarily denied by a municipality, Ms. LeVerrier will pursue all necessary appeals. She is an effective litigator and, has successfully tried a wide range of commercial and municipal matters ranging from to unfair competition to brokerage commission disputes.
Throughout her academic and professional career, Ms. LeVerrier has assumed a leadership role. She is a former Chairperson of the Suffolk County Bar Association’s Environmental Law Committee. While in law school, she was President of the Environmental Law Committee and a published member of the Touro Law Review. Her publication: "Are Some Polluters More Equal Than Others?" 17 Touro L. Rev. 503 (2001), was cited favorably by the Northern District of Ohio in United States v. Chrysler Corp., 157 F. Supp. 2d 849, 860 (N.D. Ohio 2001).
Ms. LeVerrier obtained her juris doctor, cum laude, from the Jacob D. Fuchsberg Touro Law Center. Ms. Le Verrier obtained her Bachelor of Science in Biology and Economics from the State University of New York (SUNY) at Stony Brook. She is admitted to practice in New York State, the United States District Courts for the Eastern and Southern Districts and the Supreme Court of the United States.